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Child Atlas: Natural Wonders (Children's Atlases)

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Discover the rich variety of the planet's landscape through the world's most extraordinary natural features. Explore the geography, geology, and natural history of 36 major natural wonders. Learn, using diagrams and detailed illustrations, about related aspects of physical geography and geological formation. Over 100 color photographs and color illustrations, and over 50 d ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by Millbrook Press
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Pope, J. (2005). The children’s atlas of natural wonders. Minneapolis, MN: Millbrook Press.
Citation created by: Susan Gasaway
Call number: 912
Description: This atlas covers all the major land masses and describes 36 natural 'wonders' in terms of their geological evolution.
Content/scope: This atlas includes high-interest information that supports KY standards for science and social studies. It includes a glossary of terms.
Accuracy/authority: Millbrook Press is a division of Lerner Publishing. It p
Chase Garrison
The Children's Atlas of Natural Wonders
Chase Garrison
G1046.C1 1995
This is an atlas specializing in unusual geographic features of areas around the world, a resource that is both a geographical reference and a science reference.
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